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Whether you wish to share your progress with many or a select few, your sensitive information is always kept secure. Information you share in the app is only available to you and those you choose to nominate in the app.

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Capture everything

Easily track the severity of symptoms, medication effectiveness and side effects to help your care team make better decisions.

Feel Supported

Nominate your champion to monitor your progress in the app - no more seperate phone calls to family members (unless you want to!).

Knowledge is power

Keep a summary of your diagnosis and treatment information to refer back to when you need it.

Individuals who are more engaged with their own care have better outcomes1.

CancerAid was founded with a commitment to improve cancer care outcomes by making evidence-baced tools and resources easily accessible.

A recent study concluded that patients who track symptoms and share this information with their clinicians experience a better quality of life, have fewer emergency visits and even live longer2.

The app is designed for you to use to improve your wellbeing, help you build healthy behaviours and a support network, making sure you are supported every step of the way.

Learn how get the most out of the app in our video guides:

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1. Ballurkar K, Tan Z, Lo J et al. Feasibility and Acceptability of a Digital and Telephone Health Coaching Program to Promote Improved Return to Work Outcomes in a Cohort of Australian Cancer Patients. 3rd Victorian Cancer Survivorship Conference [Presentation]. March 2020.

The CancerAid app was the one place I wrote down all my symptoms and how I felt. Since I always have my phone with me it saved me from having to remember every fortnight what I needed to say to my oncologist.

Kerry, Survivor

"As her champion, this app enables me to see her daily symptoms which is very helpful. We speak everyday by phone or text however I was probably only hearing half of her symptoms. This is also a great tool for Dr’s appointments as you often forget important information."

Cathy, Caregiver

“CancerAid was extremely attractive for the reasons that I felt empowered and in control to face cancer and I could look at the information remotely”

Lisa, Survivor and Patient Advocate

Hear from our community

We welcome Professor Michael Boyer AM to our Advisory Board

Prof Boyer has been a Medical Oncologist for more than 25 years and is a member of the Order of Australia for his work as an educator, a clinical trials researcher and for his involvement in the development of integrated care facilities for people suffering with cancer.

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No one should face cancer alone

Breast cancer survivor Cynthia's key advice to other patients is to take it one day at a time and be educated. "The emotional support and bridge of information is critical"

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Cancer and COVID-19

If you or anyone your know is affected by cancer and worried about the coronavirus (COVID-19), please find the latest information from Cancer Australia here. We also share some of our tips for isolation and staying healthy.

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